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On digging through the centeino, I found that the lenovo card uses a specific driver which checks if the laptop board is manufactured by lenovo or not.
Downloads for Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N , Dual Band
After digging a bit more the base driver that ie the Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Proven-skills collaborators will have their usernames lwnovo with a dark blue flair.
Downloads for Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300, Dual Band
This would seem an obvious one, but it centriho solve the problem when combined with the previous. Are you saying that the laptop no longer reports the WiFi card as a hardware device? Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions.
Message 5 of 6. The issue here is that in the Intel drivers itself, there is an instruction which basically makes a Jump to error if a compatible hardware board is not detected. Log in or sign up in seconds. 6300 there unknown device in the Device Manager definitely, wifi adapter is absent in the Network adapters section?
Anyways thanks a lot for your help. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. I’m kind of new to this one last time I did something like this was years ago on a PCI cardso I’m not sure of how much help I am What I am aware of, has affected me on multiple ThinkPads including X, and including the card, is the 11n mode issue which I believe is a Linux driver issue. Now 64 bit decompilers do exist, but then they are paid and freemium, trial versions aren’t available, nor are they available at many unofficial sources.
I have no trouble with it on linux though.
cenrtino In other words the wlan card has it’s own whitelist WTF! Please be as specific as possible. Log in or sign up in seconds.
Register Sign In Help. Fair enough, I guess you have covered just about everything: I wonder if it’s possible that the linux drivers are just tricking the card into initializing.
I figure the correct driver binary must be ultimat-en in the installer package from lenovo somewhere it’s just a matter of where or how. I have tried ultimat-n the wifi module aerials.
The X doesn’t have Win10 drivers listed, but the X does, the readme lists the as supported. X1 Carbon 6th Gen Battery drain in sleep. I can use it in Ubuntu but not in windows.
What I currently do with my card is that, I flash the eeprom in ubuntu and restart, since aggn power stayed, the eeprom remains and I can use it as a “generic” card in windows. I installed some of intel’s software and a bunch of drivers associated to the adapter, and intel’s software notifies me that ‘There are no wireless drivers’ or ‘drivers missing’, despite having installed several. Looking at it further the only option might be to completely flash the firmware for the device.
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